[Coma] (no subject)

"Yan Wang" <ywang@cnnic.cn> Thu, 28 June 2012 13:14 UTC

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Hi all

 

I just saw this mailing list and it seems valuable. I don't know whether
management of service in the constrained network is also inside the scope. 

By the way,
http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-lwig-guidance-00#section-4.5 mentioned
development of a light-weight SNMP agent for resource constrained devices
running the 6LoWPAN/RPL protocol stack.

What the relationship between coma and core, coma and lwig?

 

Best wishes,

Yan